Stephanie M. Conn, PhD
Will Coker, Student Intern
12725 SW Millikan Way, Ste 300
Beaverton, OR 97005
My book, Increasing Resilience in Police and Emergency Personnel, is available on Amazon and Routledge Publishing websites. Click here to order your copy. Discounts available to departments ordering in bulk by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1-800-634-7064. Click here for Chapter 1.
"Written with heart, Dr. Stephanie Conn’s new book is easy to read and thoroughly researched. Dr. Conn has great credentials. She is a former law enforcement officer whose father was a cop and whose husband is a cop. This much needed positive and practical approach to strengthening resiliency in law enforcement officers also addresses challenges faced by police families, police administrators, and civilian employees."
―Ellen Kirschman, PhD, author of I Love a Cop: What Police Families Need to Know, I Love a Fire Fighter: What the Family Needs to Know, and Counseling Cops: What Clinicians Need to Know (with Mark Kamena and Joel Fay)
"Finally, a book about enabling first responders to be resilient, not just about listing their mental health challenges and overcoming them. It should be read by all who care about first responders and their families, who are the key to resilience."
―Charles R. Figley, PhD, professor of social work and Dr. Paul Henry Kurzweg Distinguished Chair and Professor of Disaster Mental Health at Tulane University in New Orleans
"As a retired police captain and instructor on emotional survival - I found Increasing Resiliency to be of great use to any police officer. dispatcher, or first responder. The author provides great insights and offers numerous practical methods and examples of how to restore and strengthen resiliency and coping ability. This should be a must read for police employees, managers, and their families. An outstanding resource to help protect and heal those who serve." - Dan Willis, Retired Police Captain, Author of Bulletproof Spirit.
We offer effective guidance for dealing with stress, trauma, burnout, anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, and anger. We build on the first responder's problem-solving skill set, offering effective strategies for healthier coping and relationships.
Stephanie accepts most insurance plans (Kaiser, Regence/Blue Cross, Moda, Providence, United, PacificSource, First Choice Health, Aetna) and is on several EAP panels.
Will offers couple's counseling for $90 per session, after the initial $120 intake session (cash/card)
We offer Individual and group debriefings for critical incidents. We are ICISF trained in the CISM model as well as Psychological First Aid for field responses. Stephanie is an approved ICISF instructor for Assisting Individuals in Crisis and Group Crisis Intervention.
Preventative training empowers first responders to be healthier. Investing in their health pays for itself. Stephanie offers training in stress management, coping and resilience, work-life balance, healthy relationships, and crisis communications. Courses can be designed to meet needs of the agency. Training packages available. Stephanie also assists in the development and training of CISM and Peer Support Teams.
12725 SW Millikan Way, Suite 300 Beaverton, Oregon 97005, United States
Check online schedulers for availability of Stephanie and/or Will.
I am interviewed by Brian Willis of Winning Mind regarding building peer support teams, how to choose, train and support your team members, avoiding the pitfalls of teams, how clinicians and chaplains fit into the team, and how to get leadership support.